November 21, 2007 With the presidential primaries now just weeks away, it's almost prime time for rich, independent groups to start targeting various candidates. Their model is a TV ad that caused problems for Howard Dean just before the Iowa caucuses in 2004. New regulations adopted this week make it easier for the groups to tap corporate and union money.
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